Sun Up To Sundown
|Original: || Hueco: V7 Font: 7A+ [details]|
|FA: ||Trevor Turmelle and Scott Blunk|
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|Submitted By: ||JNE on May 21, 2009|
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Closer to sundown, sun on the boulder.
This is one of the finest boulder problems in Vedauwoo, and would be a classic anywhere. Start on the two big incut crimps a little above head height, then go up right to a tiny crimp before floating out left to the arete. Finish to the right of the arete up the crack. This is a must do for anyone seeking out Vedauwoo's face boulder problems.
Follow the trail that runs along the north side of The Nautilus. While still on the western end of the formation, when you see a huge roof formed by a protruding block, walk up to the wall and hug it as you continue more or less to the east. After a couple hundred yards you will walk directly into this problem, which is on a huge boulder leaning against the wall.
Pads and spotters.